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Our society is often very interested in finding solutions and cures. And while this is a good mentality for many things, it's often controversial when it comes to subjects like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or dyslexia.
 
ADHD is a common childhood behavioral disorder, where children are hyperactive, impulsive and have difficulty focusing on tasks. Dyslexia, meanwhile, is a language disorder -- students have difficulty learning to read words and process numbers. Neither are a disease; in fact, they are something you are born with, and often run in families.
This video delves into the nature of these two disorders, and why their nature of being neurologically-based means they cannot technically be cured in the way many hope. However, both can be manageable with the right tools. especially with early and consistent intervention and therapy!
[Dyslexia and ADHD] can be managed if done so with consistency, but they can’t be cured.

Key Takeaways:

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Dyslexia and ADHD can’t be cured.
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Both dyslexia and ADHD are neurological in origin and they do run in families.
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Dyslexia and ADHD can be managed if done with consistency.

Can Dyslexia or ADHD be cured?


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